All the Helfrich bashing makes no sense in light of the injury situation and youth of this O-line. When the O-Line can't block anyone, all the talent in the world on offense (TT) looked pretty poor tonight. OU outplayed TT on both lines by a large margin. Everyone looks great with a dominating line in front of them.... I have always questioned Cody's ceiling in the long run and I think Hansen getting a little experience sets us up for a good QB battle in the spring and fall and we'll proceed with the best guy for the job. I do know that the Cody we saw getting hammered at midseason was NOT the Cody from last year or last week! He may not have the highest ceiling, but he should be good enough if the right bodies and scheme are around him. OU DISproved the other favorite complaint on these boards that Helfrich doesn't allow a RB to establish a rhythm. They were gushing tonight about the ability for OU to run it with one guy for three plays and then change it up with another fresh RB without losing anything. What a STRENGTH! The jury is still out on our O, but until we get some experience, depth, and health on the O-Line, we won't have a clue of how good it can be. I think that if we can get Simas back and two young WR's who can contribute next year, we can be pretty darned good. Not BCS good, but top-25 good. Then we can truly evaluated MH's offensive mind.